Makeup Master Challenge: Express Yourself Through the Art of Makeup
Each week, students will receive a new makeup challenge and learn new skills as they express themselves artistically through cosmetics.
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In this ongoing class, makeup-lovers will receive a fun new makeup challenge each week. In this challenge, students are encouraged to use their creativity to achieve a look that fits the challenge. Students will brainstorm together and encourage one another. Students will ask questions and receive guidance as they challenge themselves artistically. A variety of techniques will be presented as the instructor participates in each challenge. Students can choose to follow along with the...
Students can learn a lot with whatever supplies are available to them. However, as with any art form, you may want to purchase some basic supplies to maximize student potential. You do not need to spend a lot! High quality cosmetics are available at any price. If you ever have questions or need product suggestions, please ask. Eyeshadow A colorful eyeshadow palette with a variety of finishes is ideal. If a student does not already have one, I highly recommend palettes from BH Cosmetics, ColourPop, Juvia's Place, and Profusion. The E.L.F. Bite Size palettes are also a good option. Eyeshadow Primer Eyeshadow will work best over an eyeshadow primer. The Milani eyeshadow primer is a great option (available at Ulta or the drugstore). A concealer can also be used as an eyeshadow primer. E.L.F. Hydrating Camo Concealer in a shade slightly lighter than the student's skin tone would be a good option. Brushes Students will need a set of brushes for class. If a student does not already have brushes, I recommend a brush set from BH Cosmetics (available at Ulta or BH Cosmetics) or MODA (available on Amazon). I recommend, at a minimum, that students have a fluffy blending eyeshadow brush, a dense packing eyeshadow brush, a pencil or smudge brush, and a blush or highlighter brush. Mascara If a student does not own mascara and would like to try it, I recommend any non-waterproof mascara from Essence (available at Ulta). Waterproof mascara is much harder to remove. Complexion Products Students may want to learn to use bronzer, contour, blush, and/or highlighter. Some great budget options are CoverGirl Instant Cheekbones (available on Amazon) and E.L.F. Bite Size face duos. I also recommend ColourPop and Essence for affordably priced options. Foundation is not needed for class. If students want to try foundation, I recommend the ColourPop Pretty Fresh line or the Wet n Wild Photofocus Dewy. Lips Essence Shine Shine Shine lip gloss (available at Ulta) is fabulous, especially given the low price. Need a makeup gift for your child and willing to splurge a little bit? I love Kaleidos Makeup and Glamlite. Want some high quality products for yourself so you can play with makeup too? Try Persona Cosmetics.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Although severe reactions are rare, it is a good idea to test cosmetics in advance to ensure they do not cause allergic reaction.
Math and Makeup Master
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21 total reviews
22 completed classes
I am a math education professor, math tutor, math textbook contributing author and editor, former high school math teacher, former makeup artist, and mom of two girls. I am thrilled to be able to share my passions with you! I love helping...